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Den '''negroide race''' er (inden for den [[pseudovidenskab]]elige disciplin [[racelære]] <ref>[http://raceandgenomics.ssrc.org/Lewontin/ Confusions About Human Races<!-- Bot genereret titel -->]</ref><ref>http://www.tidsskrift.dk/index.php/historisktidsskrift/article/download/50856/94077</ref><ref>[http://www.science20.com/gerhard_adam/why_race_pseudoscience-92948 Why Race Is Pseudo-Science<!-- Bot genereret titel -->]</ref><ref>[http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/special/pseudoscience-race.html Pseudo-science and Race<!-- Bot genereret titel -->]</ref><ref>Wilton Marion Krogman, Phylon (1940-1956) Vol. 8, No. 1 (1. kvartal, 1947), . 14-16</ref>) en betegnelse<ref>{{cite journal | last1 = Templeton | first1 = A. R. | year = 1998 | title = Human Races: A Genetic and Evolutionary Perspective | url = | journal = American Anthropologist | volume = 100 | issue = 3| pages = 632–650 }}</ref><ref>{{cite journal | last1 = Williams | first1 = S. M. | last2 = Templeton | first2 = A. R. | year = 2003 | title = Race and Genomics | url = | journal = New England Journal of Medicine | volume = 348 | issue = | pages = 2581–2582 }}</ref><ref>Templeton, A. R. The genetic and evolutionary significance of human races. In: Race and Intelligence: Separating Science From Myth. J. M. Fish, ed. Pp. 31-56. Mahwah, New
Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002.</ref><ref name=Keita2>{{cite journal|last=Keita|coauthors=Kittles, Royal, Bonney, Furbert-Harris, Dunston, Rotimi|journal=Nature|year=2004|volume=36|pages=S17-S20|doi=10.1038/ng1455|url=http://www.nature.com/ng/journal/v36/n11s/box/ng1455_BX1.html|quote=Modern human biological variation is not structured into phylogenetic subspecies ('races'), nor are the taxa of the standard anthropological 'racial' classifications breeding populations. The 'racial taxa' do not meet the phylogenetic criteria. 'Race' denotes socially constructed units as a function of the incorrect usage of the term.|pmid=15507998}}</ref><ref name=harrison1>{{cite book|last=Harrison|first=Guy|title=Race and Reality|year=2010|publisher=Prometheus Books|location=Amherst|quote=Race is a poor empirical description of the patterns of difference that we encounter within our species. The billions of humans alive today simply do not fit into neat and tidy biological boxes called races. Science has proven this conclusively. The concept of race (...) is not scientific and goes against what is known about our ever-changing and complex biological diversity.}}</ref><ref name=roberts1>{{cite book|last=Roberts|first=Dorothy|title=Fatal Invention|year=2011|publisher=The New Press|location=London, New York|quote=The genetic differences that exist among populations are characterized by gradual changes across geographic regions, not sharp, categorical distinctions. Groups of people across the globe have varying frequencies of polymorphic genes, which are genes with any of several differing nucleotide sequences. There is no such thing as a set of genes that belongs exclusively to one group and not to another. The clinal, gradually changing nature of geographic genetic difference is complicated further by the migration and mixing that human groups have engaged in since prehistory. Human beings do not fit the zoological definition of race. A mountain of evidence assembled by historians, anthropologists, and biologists proves that race is not and cannot be a natural division of human beings.}}</ref><ref>[http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/earthhistory/humanrace.html serc.carleton.edu: A New Perspective on Race] Citat: "...Findings from Genetic Research...Human beings have very low genetic variability. Probably the entire species is descended from a single family that lived about 200,000 years ago. Most (85%) of our genetic variation is '''within''' populations rather than among them, even when different sequences of DNA (or proteins) are examined (Barbujani et al., 1997 ). Statistical divisions of humanity based on different kinds of genetic data do '''not''' group people consistently into races (Romualdi, 2002 )..."</ref><ref>[http://ing.dk/artikel/81025 4. sep 2007, Ing.dk: Ny DNA-kortlægning: Vi er langt mere forskellige, end vi troede] Citat: "...Du kan have adskillige gener, der disponerer, at du får kongeblå øjne, sofa-håndtag, krøller og en yderst høj risiko for at få en blodprop. Alligevel kan du ligeså vel ende med at blive en slank starut med skaldet isse, grønne øjne og aldrig opleve, at et af dine blodkar bliver tilstoppet. Vores genetiske koder er nemlig langt mere komplicerede og unikke, end videnskaben hidtil har troet..."</ref> for en samling af forskellige [[etnicitet]]er af [[Race (klassifikation af mennesker)|menneskeracen]], som primært er kendetegnet ved at have en mørkere hud end andre etniciteter, traditionelt har man også brugt at lægge visse andre morfologiske træk til grund for klassificeringen, såsom brede næser, selvom disse ikke er tilstede hos alle etniciteterne<ref name=Molnar2>{{cite book|last=Molnar|first=Stephen|title=Human Variation: Races, Types, and Ethnic Groups|year=2006|publisher=Pearson Prentice Hall|isbn=0131927655|pages=23|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=bMO0AAAAIAAJ&redir_esc=y}}</ref><ref name=Fish>{{cite book|last=Fish|first=Jacqueline T.|title=Crime Scene Investigation|year=2010|publisher=Elsevier|isbn=1-4224-6331-1|page=395|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=QOU710F3kB4C&pg=PA395#v=onepage&q&f=false}}</ref>.
 
Til gruppen regnes ofte også gerne [[afroamerikaner]]e uanset hudfarve.<ref>[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/jefferson/mixed/onedrop.html Mixed Race America - Who Is Black? One Nation's Definition | Jefferson's Blood | FRONTLINE | PBS<!-- Bot genereret titel -->]</ref>
 
 
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